The Mill Valley Little League is proud to announce that the registration for the Spring 2018 season is now open.
We are now using Blue Sombrero, you will need to create a new login profile before you can register your child. If you already have a Blue Sombrero account, you will still need to create a new login profile.
Opening Day is Saturday, March 17.
If anyone has new or gently used baseball equipment please consider donating. They are having an event Saturday to distribute them. Thank you and please share!"
Any old baseball equipment laying around? Little leaguers in need.
Email: Tracy Outlaw to donate: Wetjent@sutterhealth.org
Please visit www.markwestbaseball.com for donation drop off locations.
We are not able to verify yet; but the Mark West Elementary School and Maddux baseball fields appear to be safe but are in the evacuation area. One of our practice fields (Redwood Adventist Academy) has be destroyed by the fires. The emails, text & phone calls have begun to pour in from everyone in the league that has lost their homes. We have 75+ families/ players who have nothing. To these kids baseball is their world and their gloves, gear and memorabilia are their prized possession. We are beginning to accept donations for those families & players who have lost everything. Players needs include , gloves, hats, belts, socks, batting gloves, pants, cleats, evoshields, gift cards, baseball cards, baseball posters, bobble heads, etc.Thank you for your prayers and support as we begin to rebuild.
Please bring any baseball donations this weekend (10/14 & 1/15) to:Kevin Wood 2356 Tedeschi DriveSanta Rosa CA 95403
Donations Monday- Friday (10/16-10/20)Thermal Technology LLCAttn: Kevin Wood/ Mark West Youth Club Little League1911 Airport BlvdSanta Rosa CA 95403 Thank youKevin Wood
The Rincon Valley Little League has set up a Go Fund Me account to assist them in replacing the $75,000 in equipment damages to their park. Let's help them reach their goal!
Link to GoFundMe Account: https://www.gofundme.com/rincon-valley-little-league
Facebook link with additional information: https://www.facebook.com/Rincon-Valley-Little-League-433635426748525/
The MVLL Board Members extend their thoughts and prayers to the people and communities impacted by the fires. The devastation is expansive and it is clear that assistance and support is needed and will be for several months.
MVLL has reached out to other Little League Districts to offer our support. We expect that specific needs will be known in the next few months and we will let you know what MVLL is doing to assist in those efforts and how you can help.
In the near-term, if you are looking to volunteer click on the following links for more information:
Our own Fire Chief Tom Welch and his family lost their home in the fires. The City of Mill Valley created a webpage where you can donate to the Welch family as well as other City of Mill Valley employees impacted by the fires.
Also, there are several options if you would like to donate money to the disaster relief efforts:
Parents: Be advised that there is a new rule concerning personal bats starting 1/1/18. Here is a link that should answer all of your questions about the new rule.
Be sure to visit Homeadvisor.com before you start any new home improvement project.
Fall Ball is Fun Ball!
Huge congratulations to our DISTRICT 3 11s ALL.STAR CHAMPS!
We are very proud of what you have accomplished. Hold your heads high and be proud because You ROCK.
Have a great rest of your summer.
We offer a huge Mill Valley Little League congratulations to Gamboa, a Tam High graduate and Pepperdine University pitcher who was drafted in the 18th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers in this month’s MLB Draft.
Gamboa’s selection marks the second time in the last two MLB Drafts a former Mill Valley Little Leaguer was picked by an MLB club. In 2016, left handed pitcher Kenny Rosenberg, an MVLL alum, was selected in the 8th round by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
MVLL is fairly certain that Gamboa’s selection into pro baseball ranks somewhere in his career highlights next to his grand slam in the 2005 La Ginestra Cup at Boyle, helping his Diamondbacks, managed by his father, Martin Gamboa, claim the coveted “La G.”
Gamboa played in the 2008 Majors City Championship with his Giants, but lost to the A’s. He was a Juniors All-Star as well, making it to the District 3 title game.
At Tam High, Gamboa helped the Red Tailed Hawks win their first North Coast Section baseball championship since 1929, then moved on to Pepperdine, where he caught the eye of the Dodgers.
Way to go, Max! Mill Valley Little League is cheering for you, with the possible exception of when your Dodgers play the Giants.
|Juniors||Joe Turk||Red Sox|
|Majors||Brett Cardinal||Red Sox|
|Majors||Joseph Purchase||White Sox|
|Minors||Jackson Van Til||Royals|
|Minors AAA||Lana Wihlborg||A's|
|Minors AAA||Colton Renga||Astros|
|Minors AAA||Hayden Schepps||Brewers|
|Minors AAA||Alex Cortez||Mets|
|Minors AAA||Lucas DiPippa||Monarchs|
|Minors AAA||Winston Franklin||Orioles|
|Minors AAA||Harris White||Rays|
|Minors AAA||Christian Hekemian||Rangers|
|Minors AAA||Leo Sanchez||Rockies|
|Minors AAA||Hamer Haun||Twin|
|Farm||Likas Welter||Fighting Phils|
|Farm||Devan Grewal||C. C. Hooks|
|Farm||Evan Gougat||Iron Birds|
|Farm||Jacob Razon||Iron Pigs|
|Farm||Shea Bernstein-Lawler||Mud Hens|
|Farm||Vaughn Neumann||Red Wings|
|Farm||Will Ostrander||River Cats|
|Farm||Noah Penny||Rubber Ducks|
|Farm||Shane Cessna||Sea Dogs|
|Farm||Hector MacMillan||White Caps|
|Star||Alex Radics||Blue Claws|
|Star||Luke Hyman||Hot Rods|
|Star||Hudson Williams||Sand Gnats|
|Star||Henry Morrison||Lake Monsters|
|Rookies||James Bryan||Durham Bulls|
|Rookies||Griffin Newby||Pensacola Blue Wahoos|
|Rookies||Mackie Ippolito||El paso Chihuahuas|
|Rookies||Davis Marshall||Orem Owlz|
|Rookies||Noah Schick||Charleston River Dogs|
|Rookies||Will Macy||Lake Elsinore Storm|
|Rookies||Miles Coley||Bradenton Marauders|
|Rookies||Tianu Koss||Ogden Raptors|
|Challenger||Jamie Lapac||Red Sox - Green|
|Challenger||Nicholas DeBisschop||Red Sox - Green|
|Challenger||Grace Carter||Red Sox - Blue|
|Challenger||Freddie Mika||Red Sox - Blue|
|Challenger||Will Hansen||Red Sox - Blue|
|Hugo Barberie||William Basnight||Will Bennett|
|Bennett Dammann||James Bonneau||Charlie Blau|
|Elliot Dasovich||Thomas Boyle||Joshua Clark-Hexter|
|Max Fiek||Ryan Burns||Owen Dasovich|
|Teddy Fierstein||Tyler Buxton||Colin Day|
|Finley Goulet||Kaiden Dossa||Nicholas Ferraro|
|Reed Hanna||Miles Gensler||Jack Fierstein|
|Cooper Hatch||Jack Hanna||Carson Frame|
|Farhan Khaliq||Zane Kiger||Emmet George|
|Cooper Kift||Brendan King||Cole Harrison|
|Cole Maxson||Bryn Kramlich||Thomas Harrison|
|Shade Murray||Kolby Lieman||Colin Lam|
|Ivan Pudelka||Ronan Mackay||Hudson Lam|
|Ryan Simon||Gage McKay||Caden Maas|
|Eli Solem||Niall Shiels-Donegan||Nate McNeal|
|Andrew Sternfels||Henry Simpson||Jack Mollner|
|Henry Stoll||Owen Swenson||Shane Patel|
|Jackson Van Til||Wesley Wihlborg||Grant Selig|
|Mercer Yee||Christian Son|
|Braden Young||Lukas Stoker|
|Hank Ballard - Orioles||Gus Beyer - Orioles|
|Colin Cann - Minors Tigers||Devin Curtis - Orioles|
|Will Gensler - Minors Phillies||Gus Grumet - Monarchs|
|Hamer Haun - Twins||Lars Jackson - A's|
|Andrew Martini (Mets)||Cooper Mitchell - Monarchs|
|Declan Murphy - Monarchs||"Hank" Murray - Astros|
|Scott Olinger - Minors Nationals||Henry Pearson - Rockies|
|Devin Perkins - Rockies||Grayson Roberts - Devil Rays|
|Jacob Stoelting - Brewers||Hayden Thill - Minors Giants|
|Harris White Devil Rays||Dara Zolfaghari - Rangers|
As you may already be aware, one of our Minors AAA players tragically lost his father last week. Luis Cortez, father to Alex Cortez (Mets), passed away unexpectedly. As you can imagine, the Cortez family is in shock and requests we all respect their privacy at this time. If you know the Cortez family or are moved to support a very special family within our community, click on the link below. A fund has been set up to help with memorial expenses, as well as long term support for Veronica and her children. Any donation will be appreciated.To donate
Call the Mill Valley Parks & Recreation Hotline (updated daily at 2 pm) at (415) 383.7818 for field status (closures) due to weather.
Jenny Fulle at the age of eleven, became the first girl to play Little League baseball legally in the United States. She is pictured here with all of the girls who are participating in the Spring 2017 season.
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A “community youth athletic program” must provide written notice to the parent or guardian of a youth participating in the program regarding the program’s policies relating to criminal background checks for volunteers and hired coaches in the program. If criminal background checks are obtained for hired or volunteer coaches, the written notice shall contain both of the following: (A) a statement regarding whether the criminal background check includes state and federal criminal history information and whether the program obtains subsequent arrest notification for those individuals; and (B) contact information regarding where the parent or guardian of a child participating in a “community youth athletic program” can obtain additional information about the program’s background check policy, such as the entity providing the criminal background check or the nature of the type of offenses the program searched. Written notice is satisfied by a posting on the “community youth athletic program’s” website. A “community youth athletic program” is defined as an organization that: (A) has a primary purpose of the promotion or provision of athletic activities for youth under 18 years of age; and (B) has adult employees who have supervisory or disciplinary power of children.
The text of Bus. &Prof. Code § 18900 can be viewed: Here